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got a window tinted ♪ ♪ for showin' gangstas in it slice off when the gas is finished, q ♪ ♪ off-black cadillac midnight drive got that gas pedal leaned back ♪ ♪ taking my time i'm blowin' that roof off letting in sky ♪ ♪ i shine the city never looked so bright ♪ ♪ got that off-black cadillac midnight drive got that gas pedal leaned back ♪ ♪ taking my time come on i'm blowin' that roof off letting in sky ♪ ♪ i shine the city never looked so, so bright ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: macklemore and lewis. thank you, guys. nice job. nice job, everybody. that was great. >> thank you. thank you. >> jay: thank you. thank you. hey, i want to thank my guests. josh duhamel, jb smoove, macklemore and ryan lewis.
>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about there, ladies and gentlemen! oh! looking fantastic right there! welcome, everybody! how fun! welcome to the show! this is "late night with jimmy fallon." oh, you guys are looking good out there. welcome to our show, and thank you for watching at home. if you're watching at home. or -- wherever you're watching the show. you should get home. everyone's talking about anthony weiner. everyone's got weiner on the brain. [ laughter ] things are not getting easier for this guy. in fact, it just came out that weiner has fallen to fourth place in the democratic race for new york city mayor. yeah. even worse, third place is a write-in candidate -- anyone else but weiner. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he's got a decent chance at winning. everybody is weighing in on this now. yesterday on fox news, donald trump -- he said that there's something mentally wrong with anthony weiner. [ laughter ] he said -- [ as trump ] that guy is dangerous. he's unstable. and disgusting.
so look for him next season on "celebrity apprentice." it'll be fantastic! [ laughter ] beautiful, beautiful! big -- really classy stuff. and even eliot spitzer -- former new york governor eliot spitzer, who knows his way around a good scandal. even spitzer said that weiner should drop out. i mean, seriously. i mean, spitzer is running for comptroller. if i were him, i'd be begging weiner to stay in the race. [ laughter ] it's like when you were little, you're in school, and you got an "f" in school, but your sister was caught smoking -- they're like -- [ gasps ] how dare she. [ cheers and applause ] that's so awful. i can't believe it. that's so not like our family. oh, my god. i'll take my own punishment, but that is awful. [ laughter ] and if that weren't enough, bill clinton is piling on. he's saying that weiner should drop out, too. at this point, weiner's going to get a call that's like -- [ as schwarzenegger ] what are you doing, weiner? there's no way you can win! [ laughter ] you will drop out now! drop out! get out of this --
[ applause ] you know it. this story is all over the news. you have the whole carlos danger thing happen. >> steve: oh, come on. >> jimmy: that was his fake name he used on facebook or whatever to sext people or whatever. and then the press conference on sunday, his campaign manager quit. you can't turn on the tv without some newscaster talking about weiner. and it's actually -- it's actually kind of catchy. take a look. >> anthony weiner. >> anthony weiner. >> anthony weiner. >> anthony weiner. >> weiner. ♪ >> weiner. >> weiner. >> weiner. >> anthony weiner. >> anthony weiner. >> weiner. >> weiner. >> carlos danger. >> carlos. >> carlos. >> carlos danger. >> carlos. >> weiner. >> anthony. >> danger. >> anthony. >> carlos. >> weiner. >> danger. >> weiner. >> weiner. >> weiner. >> danger. >> weiner. >> weiner. >> danger. >> weiner! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so nuts. it's better for your brain if you think of it that way, yeah. let's see what's going on over in washington. i'm sure it's better over there.
hillary clinton has been making the rounds. she had lunch with the president yesterday. and today, she had breakfast with joe biden. hillary wanted to meet early because she had other appointments. while biden wanted to meet early because they stopped serving mcmuffins at 11:00. [ laughter ] big problem. big problem. [ applause ] we have to solve that problem. here's some tv news. tara reid is saying now that she will not commit to doing a sequel to "sharknado." [ audience aws ] not until -- she says not until she sees a script first. [ laughter ] but don't worry. producers just released the script today. that's it right there. [ laughter ] "sharknado 2" -- part two. all right, i'll do it. that looks good. check this out. they just came out with this new study that says it's harder to sleep when there's a full moon. see, i don't know. i mean, i sleep great when there's a full moon. i mean, when i wake up, my clothes are torn and, like, seven people are dead. but other than that, i sleep fantastic. [ applause ]
[ howls ] this is great. i love it when this guy does anything. russian president vladimir putin -- [ laughter ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: this guy's fantastic, man. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i guess i just think he's nuts. i love him so much. well anyways, he's on vacation last week. he caught this giant 46 pound fish. and he's taking photos of it and stuff and put it on the internet and stuff. he's calling it a crowning achievement, while the manager of the aquarium said, "what am i supposed to do? he's president. he can do whatever he wants. he wants to swim, take the fish out -- what am i supposed to do?" [ applause ] this is kind of cool if you guys like ice hockey. like hockey -- the chicago blackhawks, they are saying that they are planning to sell the melted down ice that they played on when they won the stanley cup. [ laughter ] so if you know a hockey fan from chicago, and you're looking for the perfect gift, just pour some water into a jar and lie to him. [ laughter ] that is insane.
[ applause ] this is melted ice -- come on. >> steve: oh, it tastes good. >> jimmy: don't drink that! oh, my god, he drank it. >> steve: i drink 15 hockey rinks. >> jimmy: this is -- pretty interesting here. some researchers in mexico just discovered a fossil of a dinosaur that has a 16 foot long tail. or as the dinosaur's wife put it, in his dreams. [ laughter ] hey. if you've got an iphone and you're not sure about your boyfriend or your girlfriend, listen to this. there is a controversial new app that texts your significant other when you want to break up. yeah. a new app. when she heard about this, anthony weiner's wife was, like, "how much is that app?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "how much? 99 cents?" it's an iphone app that breaks up with your significant other. it's called words with let's just be friends. [ laughter ] and it's really fun. and finally, chipotle just announced that they will start
selling vegan burritos at some stores. yeah, tacos with no beef. or as taco bell put it, "big deal. we've been doing that for years." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight, you guys. give it up for the roots. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: from the legendary booker t. and the mgs, that's booker t. jones. sitting in with the roots tonight. oh, man. we love it when he comes by. we love it when he comes by. booker t. here's his new album. it's called "sound the alarm."
it has guest appearances from gary clark, jr., who is one of the best guitarists out there, i think, right now. sheila e and estelle. we always love it when you come by, booker t. thank you so much for blessing us with your presence. [ cheers and applause ] it's so much fun. >> my pleasure. >> jimmy: and thank you for those baby gifts, too. i appreciate that, bud. it was very nice of you. we have a great show tonight. i'm so psyched about this. the first time this gentleman is coming on the show. he's one of my favorite human beings ever. he was so -- right? i mean, we love him. >> steve: he's the greatest. >> jimmy: he was so nice to me when i first started on "snl." i just love him so much. i don't want to gush too much, but anyways. he's the man. he's as good as you're going to get. dan aykroyd is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: i love that guy! >> jimmy: i love her, too. from the new movie "two guns," the beautiful paula patton is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's just fun and gorgeous and -- i love having her on the show, too. and we have music from a new up and coming country superstar. [ laughter ] he's new on the scene.
i don't even -- hopefully, you like him and enjoy him. i don't know if anyone's -- his name is brad paisley. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he's an up and coming superstar. >> jimmy: yeah, an up and coming superstar, yeah. hey, guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we will be taking a look at the "pros and cons" of campaigning for anthony weiner. [ laughter ] his campaign manager just quit on him. and he's dropped to fourth in the polls. but weiner's still in the ra, and he could use all the help he can get. so let's take a look at the "pros and cons" of campaigning for anthony weiner. here we go. pro -- getting him elected. con -- by not letting him get erected. [ laughter ] wow, there you go. >> steve: you gotta -- >> jimmy: smart strategy.
pro -- laying out weiner's five-point plan to stimulate growth. con -- twitter, instagram, facebook, vine, and craigslist casual encounters. [ applause ] casual encounters. always super casual. super cas -- >> steve: cas. >> jimmy: pro -- weiner will rid the streets of criminals like whitey bulger. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: con -- whitey bulger is one of his other internet screen names. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] the audience saw that joke coming -- from a mile away. >> steve: it was tighty whitey bulger, wasn't it? >> jimmy: it was tighty whitey bulger. oh. pro -- going door-to-door explaining all of weiner's positions. [ laughter ] con -- getting arrested five minutes later. you can't -- you can't go ring doorbells. [ laughter ] >> steve: you can't do that. >> jimmy: look at this photo. no. >> steve: his positions. >> jimmy: pro -- securing donations from companies that share weiner's vision. con -- like johnson & johnson, hardee's and dick's sporting goods.
[ laughter ] yeah, it's all part of politics. [ applause ] pro -- anthony weiner has apologized for all the lewd messages he sent. con -- and all the lewd messages he plans to send in the future. [ laughter ] well, at least he's honest. [ applause ] >> steve: he's honest. >> jimmy: at least he's honest. pro -- even though his last campaign manager just quit, he now found a more experienced manager to take his place. con -- carlos danger. ♪ [ whipping sounds ] [ applause ] and finally, pro -- weiner is running at the same time as eliot spitzer. con -- if they both lose, they can always open up a german hot dog stand called weiner-schpitzer's. [ laughter ] there you go. that's the "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros and cons pros and cons ♪ ♪ pros [ tires screech ] [ beeping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. and thank you so much for watching our show. i appreciate it. you guys, i was reading "usa today" this weekend. and i came across an interesting story. you remember the bp oil spill? obviously. well, it turns out that halliburton just pled guilty to destroying evidence in the oil spill disaster. yeah. and on top of that, three years later, tar balls are still washing up on the gulf coast. now, as i'm sure you know, a few
years back, i actually wrote a protest song about the bp oil spill and all of the tar balls. [ cheers and applause ] i've sung it every summer on the show thinking that bp might finally get the message, but i guess they never will. so, you know what? i give up. [ audience aws ] i'm not going to play this song anymore. [ audience aws ] that's right. i'm protesting my protest song. so if you ever want to hear it again, you better find someone else to play it. [ audience aws ] >> that song? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'll play it, jimmy. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: country music superstar brad paisley? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you've got the guts to sing this?
>> i mean, if you're not going to play your protest song, i'll do it. >> jimmy: gosh, brad paisley's going to do the song. >> let me see if i remember it. ♪ ♪ the oil spill by bp has left tar balls all over the sea ♪ ♪ so don't go swimming down in the south unless you want tar balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ balls in your mouth balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ don't swim in the ocean you'll get balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ balls in your mouth balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ don't swim in the ocean you'll get balls in your mouth ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ balls in your mouth balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ don't swim in the ocean you'll get balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ balls in your mouth balls in your mouth ♪ ♪ don't swim in the ocean you'll get balls in your mouth ♪ >> jimmy: everybody! ♪ balls in your mouth
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show, everybody. welcome back. ♪ ladies and gentlemen, you guys are about to have wonderful experience. [ cheers and applause ] this man is the best. he came tonight to get something off his chest. now get on your feet. and get out of your seat. coming at you all the way from the windy city of chicago, illinois, by way of canada. one of the funniest men to ever walk this earth. he's great on the big screen. he's great on the small screen. and now he's gonna take you places you ain't never been. he's gonna make you get up. he's going the make you get down. he's gonna make you do the "hokey pokey," turn yourself around. he's a conehead. he is a ghostbuster. he's a bass blender. he's a blues brother! put your hands together for the one, the only, dan aykroyd! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ ♪ born in chicago 1951 i was born in chicago in 1951 ♪ ♪ the first thing my papa told me said you better get a gun ♪ ♪ when my first friend went down he was 17 years old ♪ ♪ yeah my first friend went down he was 17 years old ♪ ♪ and one thing you can say about that boy he got soul ♪ ♪ i was born in chicago
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is the way to do it right there! dan aykroyd, everybody! dan aykroyd! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. the one and only. please. woo! woo! >> thank you, young ladies and gentlemen. thank you. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. dan aykroyd, so great to have you here. that's the way to do an entrance right there, my friend. >> well, that was your idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, we loved it. i asked you, yeah. i'm a giant fan of yours, my friend.
>> yeah, yeah. you know how to use the talent. you know how to exploit them. get him up. get him singing. get him up there right away. >> jimmy: get them right off their feet. oh, my goodness. >> but i know you're a "blues brothers" fan. >> jimmy: i'm a giant "blues brothers" fan. i love them so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> you never met johnny. he would have loved you. but you know jimmy, his blood brother. >> jimmy: i love jim belushi, too. >> brother b, yeah. >> jimmy: and when i hear that music, i think of you. i think of fun and i think of good times and i think of you. as i'm telling you -- if you've never met dan aykroyd, meet him. [ laughter ] he's so fun. he's so fun. you have to meet dan aykroyd. [ cheers and applause ] he's the most fun human being. i don't recommend meeting many celebrities, but this is one celebrity you have to meet. he's just the coolest guy. do you remember the first time i met you? it was my first day in the office at "snl." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and me and horatio were in the office. and you came in and we were just sitting there, like, wait, what? do, like, legends just come in your office? and you're like, "hey, guys. you're the new guys on 'saturday night live'?" and we're, like, yeah. we're, like, stuttering and freaking out because dan aykroyd's in our office. and you go -- "come on. let me show you the places i used to walk around.
me and -- me and billy used to go over here. me and john would go out to here." and you took us out this window. >> well, i had this ring of keys. >> jimmy: yeah, this -- yeah, yeah. >> to most of the doors in this building. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. you have to be friends with dan aykroyd. [ laughter ] so you had the keys to all the doors? >> yeah, i collected these keys, like, from various, you know, drawers and stuff. and also, i'd ask a maintenance guy, "can i borrow your key?" and i'd have it cut downstairs and bring it right back. [ laughter ] because i can't get in a wash room or something. so i had this ring of keys. and i remember i took you guys out to one of the gardens here. there are some beautiful gardens at rockefeller center overlooking st. patrick's. >> jimmy: 11th floor. >> yeah, the 11th floor. i had the key. and remember? i took you outside and showed you -- you know, if you ever want to go out for a tea or -- >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> or something. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: something, yeah. thank you. thank you. i appreciate that. thank you, thank you. >> you know, get away. get away from -- the show. you can go up to the 11th floor roof garden. well, remember showing you guys that. well, that ring of keys --
i eventually threw that ring away like a poisoned voodoo doll. >> jimmy: why? >> i'll tell you why. [ laughter ] tom davis, who, you know, you loved -- our ex -- our writer, he -- >> jimmy: great writer. >> yeah. he passed through the veil now. but he wrote "the leather man," the thing that we were in. >> jimmy: "the leather man." i mean, tom davis has written so many great skits. >> he loved you. and he loved you because you loved him. and you worked with him a lot. anyway, davis and i were walking in the hall on the 65th floor. and, you know, we were trying keys and that -- oh, yeah. oh, that's somebody's office. we're not to go in there. and then we saw this black door with no number on it. so i took -- i tried two, three, four. nothing. but this one worked. so i threw the lock, opened the door and stepped out into an airway that went down 65 feet. i was hanging on the door like this. davis actually dragged me back in. it was a door that went to nowhere. just a shaft that went down. you know? and, i mean, i could have lost my life. and davis, "wow, aykroyd. what are you --" [ laughter ] grabbed me back like this. lifted by the belt. pulled me back. i looked at those keys. [ shuddering ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the door to nowhere.
just, opened a door to nowhere. >> yeah, the door to nowhere. it's up there on the 65th floor. and probably never been opened since i did that day. >> jimmy: oh, my god. it's so weird. there are weird doors like that. >> yeah, this building's like a ship. i mean, you know, it's just incredible. you get down inside it and -- deep in the sub-basements and that. there's -- you know, there's people that -- that, you know, worked here in 1947 that are still here in the building. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, they never left. >> yeah, they got locked behind a door. >> jimmy: but that's how fun -- i love all the fun stuff. you always -- every time we came to an after party with you. like, you sang with us. you just took care of everybody, whether they were a new cast member or old cast member. >> and you and horatio kept the tradition alive that johnny and i had, which was after the show, there was a party. and then there was the after party. you guys -- put the after-after party on like we did. in our spirit. you did that. >> jimmy: yeah, try to keep it going on. the after party ended around 4:00. that's when our party started. >> yeah, that's great. >> jimmy: well, keeping the party started, i got to say -- i don't know if people know about this. but crystal -- this is the new -- crystal head vodka, you know that? that's danny's vodka. look at this. >> ah.
>> jimmy: that's your -- this guy is gorgeous. look at this. >> this beautiful bottle -- this beautiful bottle is only surpassed by the liquid inside. and i say that because i'm so proud. we won the prodexpo in moscow. the russians voted us, out of 400 vodkas, excellent taste. so, you know. the japanese know their sushi, you know? the russians know their vodka. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> and this is a neat pack. we did this because we had to celebrate the stones' 50th anniversary. keith, of course, is a friend of ours. and -- and this was something that we did to just, you know, recognize the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world. so we have our award winning vodka here. we have a little stopper. that you can open it up. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. >> we have cds that were picked by nick. he picked 14 tracks, live performance tracks of the stones. >> jimmy: not released anywhere. if you look in here, you see the rolling stones tongue in there floating. [ laughter ] >> and we have that -- and, folks, this is banned in new york state. can you not buy this item in new york state. the state of new york has banned this product. >> jimmy: boo! [ audience booing ] come on! why? >> you got to go to jersey!
you got to go to connecticut! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we like jersey, but no. new york state banned this? >> yeah, go to gary's or -- >> jimmy: we'll go to jersey. we'll go to connecticut. but why? >> why is it over there? >> jimmy: because the skull is too awesome looking? >> it's because new york state has these laws like -- you know? let me say that in the liquor industry, there are certain abuses that occur. >> jimmy: yes. >> and, so, you know, they didn't like -- they didn't like people selling liquor and putting incentives in like this. they don't like sort of value added things in new york state. they said just sell the booze, and they don't like you adding other things. so it's kind of a state liquor policy. >> jimmy: it's a collector's edition. but it's even more harder to get. >> it will be. yes, it will be. so get to jersey or connecticut. you can buy it there. it's a lot of fun. >> jimmy: and i got to give props. who designed this skull? >> john alexander, your good friend. >> jimmy: oh, he's amazing. amazing artist. john alexander. >> you can google him up. john alexander is a portraitist and a painter. >> jimmy: i've worked -- >> his work is in the smithsonian right now. he's got a piece hanging there now. >> jimmy: i got to -- i got to try some of this stuff. can we make some cocktails? >> we certainly can. i've got a nice summer punch for everybody.
>> jimmy: all right. here we go. dan aykroyd and i are making crystal head cocktails after the break. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] we'll never know if somehow in some way we can affect the outcome of a game. but when the clock's winding down... ♪ ...and everything's on the line... ♪ ...we all believe... ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we are here with one of the all-time greats. mr. dan aykroyd, everybody! >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mr. aykroyd is about to show us how to make a killer cocktail using his award-winning crystal head vodka. mr. aykroyd, please tell us what to do here. >> thank you. well, you take our 175 head. the maxi head here. and pour in about, say, 1.5 ounces of the vodka. >> jimmy: oh. >> this vodka, of course, has no glycol, no sugar and no citrus oil. it's completely free of additives. and that's why it's winning awards everywhere. people like the nice clean taste of it. and then you take a pernod ricard product. great company, by the way. and you add a little of their soho liqueur. about, say, a half ounce of that. and -- >> jimmy: that smells good. what is that?
>> it's, like, a lychee. soho lychee. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. ♪ >> and then a little pineapple juice like that. a little splash of perrier. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> that's there. that's right. and we shake like this. we shake the award-winning, triple gold award-winning, crystal head vodka. yeah, baby. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. all right. pour this guy out. what is the name of this beverage? >> this is a summer beverage. we have -- we finish it off with a little color by dropping a couple of cherries in there. and this is called -- a punch in the head! >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] a punch in the head! >> isn't that nice? >> jimmy: that is fantastic right there. >> anybody can make that at home. you can try this at home if you are of age. >> jimmy: yes. thank you, dan. now, you -- >> february, jimmy -- your life is going change in february. and america and the world of comedy is gonna change with it. we're so excited. we want to you break a leg in february. we toast you, and i want to
hear -- [ cheers and applause ] in the spirit of -- on the spirit of that, let's do something the grandfather -- that carson used to do at the end of his show with guests. when the guest is about to leave, he did -- he used to do this. [ johnny carson impression ] >> jimmy: dan will be appearing with jim belushi and "the blues brothers" all- star show band and review, august 9th at the paramount theater in huntington, long island and on august 10th in truro, nova scotia at the dutch mason blues festival. dan, thank you very much for coming. [ cheers and applause ] >> ah! beautiful carson, man! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to dan aykroyd! look for special edition rolling stones crystal head vodka in stores near you. paula patton joins us next! see you after the break, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ easo why do you feel exso tired afterward?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> excellent! >> jimmy: you look gorgeous as always, paula patton. >> aw, you're so sweet. thank you. >> jimmy: we played that, of course -- that is your husband, robin thicke. >> it is? >> jimmy: yeah. >> no. >> jimmy: have you ever met him? he's coming on the show friday. >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: i'm having the whole family here. >> absolutely. we love you. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> you're the best. no, you're -- >> jimmy: oh, come on. >> it's so much fun to see you. >> jimmy: please. >> and congratulations. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. >> you're a daddy now. he's a lucky kid. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i met your beautiful son backstage. >> yes. >> jimmy: this kid is the cutest guy. i mean -- julian? >> julian. julian fuego. >> jimmy: julian fuego.
>> yes. >> jimmy: he's en fuego. >> so he can, like, have his own identity. it's julian fuego thicke, obviously. >> jimmy: yeah, i like fuego. >> he was the fire in my belly. >> jimmy: that's where you get -- i love that. >> yes. >> jimmy: he's unbelievably, adorably cute. >> aw, thank you. >> jimmy: backstage, and, like -- and i was talking to you, and i said, "does he want to be an actor?" and you said -- what does he want to be? >> he wants to be just like his dad. >> jimmy: he does. >> and he's obsessed with it. you know, robin takes him to sound checks and to set. he's, like, "i want to go to set." and he said one day -- he said one day -- >> jimmy: he is three years old. >> three years old. >> jimmy: i want to go to set. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want a stage. >> and he said one day, "i want to save up my money to buy a stage, and i'm going to have some guys." which he meant the band. he wants a band. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the roots will play with julian. we'll work it out. >> so, but, it's funny because he has a love-hate with his dad. because he's already competitive, like an artist. you know what i mean? he's, like, "i got a song." so he writes his own songs. >> jimmy: and he gets up on stage? >> yes, he does. >> jimmy: and robin gets behind him and does backup. >> he does. but then, he's, like, "no, no, no. it's my song." [ laughter ]
okay? >> jimmy: okay, okay. >> "okay, you have your song. i got my own song." >> jimmy: yeah, julian fuego, okay? he's got his own song. [ laughter ] >> but, we're so proud of him. because he only writes choruses. no verses. >> jimmy: no, of course not, yeah. >> he's all choruses. >> jimmy: i have -- we actually asked you to bring a clip. >> i was too proud. i had to bring it. [ cheers and applause ] you've got to see him. >> jimmy: here's little julian right here. check him out. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's got a good groove. i like that. >> right? >> jimmy: that's a pretty good groove. >> obviously impressed because the band -- they were doing -- they were doing a sound check before a big show, and the band changed the music. and he was like, okay. ♪ take the drop off and he was ready to go. >> jimmy: what was he was saying? >> we want to think it's take a drop off, but i think he might be saying take your top off. >> jimmy: okay, all right, julian. fuego. fuego!
beware of the fuego! >> i'm trying to be a good mom. i promise you. >> jimmy: take your top off. oh, my gosh. >> but daddy's video is not helping. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: exactly. it's not helping, the video. let's talk about "2 guns." i mean, let's talk about this. denzel, mark wahlberg, come on. and paula patton. >> well, i don't know about that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: absolutely. absolutely. >> aw, you're very kind. thank you. >> jimmy: we love everything you do. >> aw, you're so sweet. thank you. >> jimmy: but this is like -- it's action, but it's actually really funny. >> it is. it's really funny, like an old school buddy comedy. but, like "butch cassidy and the sundance kid." you know? >> jimmy: yeah, or like "lethal weapon." >> or it's like, you know, "48 hours" or "lethal weapon." >> jimmy: yeah, so fun. >> so it's really funny. >> jimmy: and since when can denzel be funny? >> yeah, denzel is really funny. and mark is really funny, as you know he can be. and -- they've got this great chemistry going. it's really a fun movie. >> jimmy: the idea of this film is that they're two agents, or whatever. >> yeah. well, he's a dea agent. and he works on some level of the armed forces. i'm sorry. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. something like that. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: basically, they're out to get each other. >> yes, they don't -- each one of them are undercover, so they each think the other one's a criminal. but it turns out they're both working for the law. >> jimmy: so now they have to get out of this thing, and the only way they can to do it is to help each other. >> that's correct. >> jimmy: and who do you play? >> well, i play deb reyes, and i am denzel's partner. and i'm also his lover. >> jimmy: hello. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey-oh! >> that's why they put a woman in the movie, you know? >> jimmy: unbelievable, yeah. that's the way it works. >> people like that kind of thing. >> jimmy: they do. they love it. >> so -- but she's an interesting woman. she was a fun character to play because she's a really strong, tough broad, you know? but she's also very vulnerable. and like everybody, has a desperate need to be loved. and i also has a kind of sick, crazy love for denzel's character, which gets her into a world of trouble. >> jimmy: i'm going show a clip. it's from "2 guns." here's paula patton with mark wahlberg. take a look. >> i think it's in your best interest to cooperate. you need to stop playing the stupid card, all right? >> ma'am, it's my intent to cooperate with whatever you need. i mean, as an american, i know you're just doing your job, but sometimes innocent folks like me get caught up in the system.
it's like the airlines. they don't lose your luggage on purpose, right? but everybody takes it so damn personal. >> come on, mr. stigman. so you want to play games? >> well, what did you have in mind? >> do you want to help yourself? >> yes. do i have to do it in front of him? [ laughter ] >> all right, we're done here. thank you, mr. stigman. >> you're going to leave? >> oh, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. paula patton! "2 guns" is in theaters on friday. brad paisley performs next! come on! stick around. it's fun! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest has scored 22 number one country hits. wow. he's currently on his beat this summer tour presented by cracker barrel old country store. tonight, he's performing "the mona lisa" from his latest album, "wheelhouse." please welcome brad paisley! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ now there are men who make history there are men who change the world ♪ ♪ and there are men like me that simply find the right girl ♪ ♪ and in that very moment all becomes clear what i'm meant to do the reason i'm here ♪ ♪ every night i thank the lord i found you and every time i put my arms around you ♪ ♪ i feel like the frame that gets to hold
the mona lisa ♪ ♪ and i don't care if that's all i ever do ♪ ♪ it never fails we walk in a room nobody sees me they're all lookin' at you ♪ ♪ i disappear but that's fine with me i feel the same way you're all i can see ♪ ♪ now they've written books about da vinci's muse now i know it wasn't but it should've been you ♪ ♪ 'cause i feel like the frame that gets to hold the mona lisa ♪ ♪ and i don't care if that's all i ever do ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ why don't we run off to paris while we're still young we could drink a little wine have a little fun ♪ ♪ i could tell you i love you in a foreign tongue we could work on our french in more ways than one ♪ ♪ i could take your hand we could walk in the louvre i could show 'em real beauty let 'em get a load of you ♪ ♪ 'cause i feel like the frame that gets to hold the mona lisa ♪ ♪ and i don't care
if that's all i ever do ♪ ♪ i feel like the frame that gets to hold the mona lisa ♪ ♪ and i don't care if that's all i'll ever do uno, dos, tres ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh ♪
♪ whoa oh oh oh oh oh whoa oh oh oh oh oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa! that's how you do it right there! that's how you do it! brad paisley! ♪ whoa oh oh look for the album, "wheelhouse." see him live thursday in denver and friday in salt lake city. my thanks to dan aykroyd, paula patton, brad paisley! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. booker t. jones right there! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪